Upgrade from 7.2.1 to 7.3 - database error

I've upgraded from 7.2.1 to 7.3 with all steps. 
automatic steps and manual steps.
No errors on the screen (see the images below).

But know I can't call my site www.senolive.eu anymore.


The error message is "Database query error"

What can I do know to become my website? 

 

 

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Quote · 15 Mar 2016

tiff file format can not be displayed in a browser.

Geeks, making the world a better place
Quote · 15 Mar 2016

We need the full error report; either sent to the site's admin email or in your error logs.

Geeks, making the world a better place
Quote · 15 Mar 2016

No need to include the back trace.

Geeks, making the world a better place
Quote · 15 Mar 2016

I also ran into a "database error" during my upgrade, I will share my problem/resolution & hopefully it helps..

I have a dedicated server, so most of the time I SFTP using my root Acct.  At times the old files don't get replaced as expected when I use the site Acct to transfer files using Filezilla.  However, since I use root Acct, all the files I transfer using root Acct will have OWNER as root. This time I forgot to change the OWNER back to the site user, and as result I got the "database error".


> And here is what I did to fix it:
chown -R siteuser:siteuser /home/siteuser/public_html/* 

Also, make sure to remove the .hsaccess from folder /upgrade before you perform your upgrade 

> Lastly, if you have ssh access to your site, follow these steps:
1. SFTP the full upgrade file to your site host  (don't extract it yet)
2. Using Putty, access the patch file you just uploaded and extract it in a /tmp folder
3. cp -rf /tmp/patch730/*  /home/siteuser/public_html/

This method will make sure all the old files get replaced accordingly. I had some issues with Filezilla not replacing my old files when I login as a regular user, but Filezilla appears to work fine when I use root Acct to transfer files. So, steps above may work for your if you don't have root access to your site.

Good luck ! 

Quote · 16 Mar 2016

I can see your site in my browser, Michelle; although it's all a mystery.

TravelNotes.org - The Online Guide to Travel
Quote · 16 Mar 2016

 

At times the old files don't get replaced as expected when I use the site Acct to transfer files using Filezilla

Don't use Filezilla, it is a buggy FTP client.

Geeks, making the world a better place
Quote · 16 Mar 2016

 

SFTP the full upgrade file to your site host

 You can use wget to just transfer the zip file from Boonex to your server.

Geeks, making the world a better place
Quote · 16 Mar 2016

 

However, since I use root Acct, all the files I transfer using root Acct will have OWNER as root.

 Why not just use the user and owner of the web files?

Geeks, making the world a better place
Quote · 16 Mar 2016

hi. thanks for your answers. 

With the wonderfull support the problem was resolved. 

There was a problem with installation of the wall module (timeline). 

In the administration console I removed this module an reinstall it then. 

 

Now all is correct. This is why you can see the site TravelNotes. 

 

:)

 

very good help here. 

 

Quote · 16 Mar 2016
 
 
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